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Minister Ramokgopa considers importing power from other countries



Ramokgopa will import power

In response to the ongoing energy crisis, Minister of Electricity Kgosientsho Ramokgopa will import power from neighbouring countries.

As per eNCA, Minister Ramokgopa has announced his upcoming meeting with the Mozambique government, where discussions will focus on acquiring additional megawatts to bolster South Africa’s energy supply.

With the winter season approaching, the minister has expressed concerns over the bleak outlook, warning citizens to expect higher stages of blackouts to manage the electricity demand.

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In a positive development, Minister Ramokgopa highlighted the significant progress made in implementing the energy action plan during the past week, indicating a step forward in addressing the country’s energy challenges.


As the government intensifies its efforts to secure alternative power sources and mitigate the impact of load shedding, the nation eagerly awaits the outcomes of the minister’s meeting and the potential relief it could bring to households and businesses nationwide.

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